Cubility AS, a leading provider of solids control solutions, has announced a multi-million dollar contract to supply its MudCube® solution to Russian operator Slavneft and its OOO Baikit Oil & Gas Exploratory Expedition (OOO BNGRE) subsidiary. OOO BNGRE is responsible for exploration, drilling and production in the Krasnoyarsk region...
The technology group Wärtsilä was awarded a 38 MW power plant project by the EPC company Groupement TEC-IEE in Equatorial Guinea. The project is sponsored by the Ministry of Hydrocarbons with the intention to boost the development of local industry. The order was booked in Q3 2018.  Wärtsilä Corporation...
Eurasia Review reports that a research group from Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden, has made great, rapid strides towards the development of a specially designed molecule which can store solar energy for later use. These advances have been presented in four scientific articles this year, with the most recent...
Cortec's VpCI®-329 D ES is a ready to use spray providing strong rust prevention for metals in indoor and outdoor sheltered conditions. The product can be easily applied/sprayed from a handheld trigger spray bottle. It protects gears, spindles, coils, or any other metal parts that require a light coat of...
Allweiler, a CIRCOR Business Unit, is exhibiting at Hannover Messe this year its redesigned OptiFixT progressive cavity pump, a next-gen maintenance solution designed to save money. The Allweiler team will demonstrate its functionality by guiding visitors through the five easy steps to dismantle the pump. The IN-1000 Condition and...
Evac, a global provider of integrated water and waste management systems, has acquired Transvac Systems a UK business specialized in distributing and servicing wastewater treatment systems, sanitary systems and ballast water treatment systems for ships and offshore platforms. The acquisition builds on Evac's expansion strategy which in May 2018 saw...
A compact neutron source has been used to quickly and non-destructively measure the amount of salt inside pieces of concrete. The technique was developed by Yoshie Otake by and colleagues at RIKEN in Japan and could help assess salt damage in the world’s aging civil infrastructure, according to Physics...